ayuda!! doy toditas las estrelllas
si amiga es comencé según el diccionario
Algo que acabo de descubrir en un curso de ortografía y que por cierto no ignoraba:
en general, no siempre se cumple, las palabras que en su infinitivo llevan -z , en su conjugación llevan -c
Por cierto, también ocurre a la inversa, palabras que llevan en su infinitivo -c, en su conjugación llevan -z
NO se..por eso pergunto
se escribe comencé
duda existencial resuelta, gracias!
What our team says
¿como se escribe? …comencé o comenzé?
El verbo comenzar es irregular en el pretérito. La primera persona del singular (yo) usa la forma comencé, mientras que las otras personas (tú, él/ella/Ud., nosotros/as, vosotros/as, ellos/ellas/Uds.) usan la forma comenzó. Aprende más sobre este y otros verbos irregulares en el pretérito en el siguiente artículo.
What is the correct spelling?
The correct spelling is “comencé.”
How to spell it in different tenses
One of the most common questions we get asked at SpanishPod101 is “how do you spell this word in different tenses?”.
While there are some general rules that can help you to spell words in different tenses, unfortunately there are also many exceptions to these rules.
One of the best ways to learn how to spell words in different tenses is to practice writing them out yourself. If you can’t find a pen and paper handy, why not try using our virtual whiteboard tool?
Here are some tips to help you get started:
In Spanish, verbs always have to agree with the subject in terms of person and number. So, if the subject is “I” (first person singular), then the verb will need to be in first person singular form too e.g. escribo (I write).
The spelling of verbs changes in different tenses. For example, the regular verb escribir changes to escribo in the present tense, escribí in the preterite tense, and escribiré in the future tense.
If a verb ends in -cer or -cir, its spelling usually changes to
When to use each spelling
One of the most common questions we get asked is when to use each spelling of the word “comenzar.” Is it “comencé” or “comenzé?” Here are some general guidelines to help you choose the right spelling.
First, let’s look at the meaning of each word:
– Comenzar (verb): to begin
– Comencé (adjective): began
– Comenzé (past participle): started
As you can see, they all have different meanings. So which one should you use?
Here are some general guidelines:
– If you want to say that someone or something started doing something, use the verb “comenzar.” For example: “Comenzó a llover” (It started raining).
– If you want to describe someone or something as starting something, use the adjective “comencé.” For example: “Es un libro muy interesante que comencé a leer hoy” (It’s a very interesting book that I started reading today).
– And if you want to talk about something that has already been started, use the past participle “comenz
Examples of each spelling in a sentence
“Como se escribe?” can be translated to “How do you spell it?”, and is a common question when it comes to the Spanish language. “Comencé” and “comenzé” are two different spellings of the same word, which both mean “I started”. When deciding which spelling to use, it is important to consider the context of the sentence.
Here are some examples of each spelling in a sentence:
Comencé mi viaje a México el lunes. (I started my trip to Mexico on Monday.)
Hoy comenzé mi nuevo trabajo. (I started my new job today.)
The answer to this question is simple: it depends on the context in which you are using the word. If you want to say “I started” in reference to an event that took place in the past, you would use comencé. However, if you want to say “I am starting” or “I will start,” you would use comenzó. Remember, context is key when choosing between these two verbs!
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